Night Time Economy Phase Two

This consultation has concluded.

Welcome to phase two of consultation on the future of Sydney's night time economy. This consultation has now wrapped up. We are now one step closer to creating a vibrant city nightlife that offers something for everyone. Your ideas and feedback is being considered for the draft policy due out late this year.

We've said all along that we can't do this without you. So thank you for joining our forums, completing our surveys, making submissions, telling your friends and following us on twitter 

Welcome to phase two of consultation on the future of Sydney's night time economy. This consultation has now wrapped up. We are now one step closer to creating a vibrant city nightlife that offers something for everyone. Your ideas and feedback is being considered for the draft policy due out late this year.

We've said all along that we can't do this without you. So thank you for joining our forums, completing our surveys, making submissions, telling your friends and following us on twitter 

This consultation has concluded.
  • Help Us Assess the Night Time Economy Summer 2011/12 Program

    almost 5 years ago

    The City of Sydney ran a late night Summer Program between 28 October 2011 and 11 February 2012. We'd like you to help us assess its success.

    Six Precinct Ambassadors worked in pairs between 8pm and 3:30am on Friday and Saturday nights. They provided information and assistance to visitors along George Street, between Hay and Hunter Streets.

    In addition, portable urinals were deployed in this period in Kings Cross, Surry Hills and the Sydney CBD. This was aimed at reducing the impacts of late night public urination for residents living in and around the City's late night precincts.

    Take... Continue reading

    The City of Sydney ran a late night Summer Program between 28 October 2011 and 11 February 2012. We'd like you to help us assess its success.

    Six Precinct Ambassadors worked in pairs between 8pm and 3:30am on Friday and Saturday nights. They provided information and assistance to visitors along George Street, between Hay and Hunter Streets.

    In addition, portable urinals were deployed in this period in Kings Cross, Surry Hills and the Sydney CBD. This was aimed at reducing the impacts of late night public urination for residents living in and around the City's late night precincts.

    Take our quick survey: http://bit.ly/GzMXig and let us know whether these two initiatives helped to improve late night Sydney for you.


  • Night Time Precinct Ambassadors Are Back!

    over 5 years ago

    The City has brought back the Precinct Ambassadors to increase safety and provide assistance and information for people out late at night in Sydney. Following a successful trial earlier this year, we have decided to return with the program over the Summer period. So if you are out late on Friday & Saturday nights on George Street between Hay and Hunter Streets, say 'hi' to our Precinct Ambassadors - they're there to help with directions, give out information on Sydney's night time activities, assist with public transport queries and call for help if you need it.


    The City has brought back the Precinct Ambassadors to increase safety and provide assistance and information for people out late at night in Sydney. Following a successful trial earlier this year, we have decided to return with the program over the Summer period. So if you are out late on Friday & Saturday nights on George Street between Hay and Hunter Streets, say 'hi' to our Precinct Ambassadors - they're there to help with directions, give out information on Sydney's night time activities, assist with public transport queries and call for help if you need it.


  • Calling All Food Vendors - We Are About To Start Our Food Truck Pilot!

    over 5 years ago

    The City is about to roll out a pilot food truck project, but we need vendors. Are you a sole trader/company and registered food business? We are looking for people who can offer delicious food that captures the essence of Sydney as an exciting street food destination. Sound like you or someone you know? There is a formal EOI process, for details . . .


    Expression of Interest No. 1211

    2012 Sydney Food Trucks Trial

    The City of Sydney invites Expressions of Interest from sole traders, companies, and registered food businesses with the full capability to design and... Continue reading

    The City is about to roll out a pilot food truck project, but we need vendors. Are you a sole trader/company and registered food business? We are looking for people who can offer delicious food that captures the essence of Sydney as an exciting street food destination. Sound like you or someone you know? There is a formal EOI process, for details . . .


    Expression of Interest No. 1211

    2012 Sydney Food Trucks Trial

    The City of Sydney invites Expressions of Interest from sole traders, companies, and registered food businesses with the full capability to design and deliver innovative menus, and prepare, cook and vend gourmet style take-away food for public consumption in the City of Sydney during a trial period from January 2012 to January 2013.

    The 2012 Sydney Food Trucks Pilot is an opportunity to be selected for the first group of mobile food vending vehicles vending within the LGA.

    Vendors are encouraged to offer a range of food products suitable for outdoor consumption that captures the essence of Sydney as an exciting street food destination.

    In addition, respondents must comply with all applicable City of Sydney and state government policies and regulations, food safety requirements and encompass environmentally sound principles in accordance with Sustainable Sydney 2030.

    Respondents must submit Expressions of Interest in the manner outlined in this document.

    For further enquiries and a copy of the Expression of Interest documentation please contact:

    Tendering Officer: Anthony Manuatu

    Telephone: (02) 9246 7623

    Facsimile: (02) 9265 9697

    E-mail: amanuatu@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

    Sealed submissions endorsed "EOI No. 1211, 2012 Sydney Food Trucks – Street Vending Pilot" must be placed in the Tender Box located on Level 2, Town Hall House, 456 Kent Street, Sydney no later than 11am on Tuesday 6th December 2011. The Tender Box is accessible between the hours of 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

    LATE SUBMISSIONS MAY NOT BE CONSIDERED